Does anyone know of an artist called griffin that did pencil drawings in and around Bristol in th 1970s thanks?

I have three works by him I believe they are prints though

6 Answers

  • derfini
    7 days ago

    There was certainly someone who just published his works as ‘Griffin of Bristol’, and they all seemed to be prints of some kind. However, I can’t find out any more information than that.

    Something has come up on eBay recently, which went for either 99 pence (less than £1).

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Peter Griffin Drawings

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    5 days ago

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  • ?
    6 days ago

    Peter Griffin did pencil sketches of Old Bristol from old photographs of building which at that time no longer existed. The original sketches, or drawings, were then printed (by which process I am uncertain). I witnessed Peter doing some of the sketches while in Rome at a factory where he worked as a draftsman. He eventually took his Old Bristol sketches to London and I purchased a set of the first prints, signed by him, when he came back to Rome. he did many ,any other fine pencil drawings. I have some which he did of old aircraft – he used to visit old aircraft museums in Rome along with other enthusiasts he worked with, and he did vintage cars. I now live in Australia and have some of the prints still with me.

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    5 days ago

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  • Anonymous
    4 days ago

    When I was a teenager I worked as a researcher for Pete Griffin. His drawings were fabulous. They were published by Cameo Press.

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